Scientists should start sequencing the genomes of coronavirus patients. We should look for DNA differences between patients who are severely affected and those with mild symptoms. This could allow us predict
(Reuters Health) - More than half of Americans want money and control when companies or organizations use their genetic data, a new study suggests. Public views about the value of DNA continue to evolve,
The stories keep coming. You, or perhaps a sibling, spouse or friend, take a DNA test expecting to fill out missing branches on the family tree, learn about a far-flung relation, or discover a distant
CRISPR is fueling a modern-day scientific revolution. ‘Human Nature’ documentary looks at its promise and potential perils.
“I can cut any gene I want,” says Jennifer Doudna, the biochemist who helped develop the technology, in the film. She seems barely able to contain her excitement. CRISPR, which stands for clustered regularly